Top 10 Redflags in Women
-Doesnt like men
-Is Proud of being a bitch
-Overly fat & doesnt care about health
-Bad relationship w/ father
-Doesnt care about looking Pretty
-No Female friends
-Doesnt like kids
— Alexander J.A Cortes (@AJA_Cortes) February 22, 2019
Women talking about their career aspirations are the female equivalents to dudes sending dick pics
— Rian Stone (@_Rian_Stone) February 25, 2019
Women don’t care about the struggles men go through, they hang out at the finish line and fuck the winners.
Trending: He Watched 9 Guys Run a Train On Her & Then Later Married Her
— Richard Cooper (@Rich_Cooper) March 27, 2019
Women of the past 3-4 generations have been taught that ‘independence’ means never doing things for a man. Cooking, laundry, cleaning, any kind of service really, is beneath them. Consequently sex is their only real value to men because they add nothing else.
— Rollo Tomassi (@RationalMale) February 19, 2019
If a 25 year old, type A, career first, “I’ll get a husband and kids when I’m 35 girl” wants to see what her future looks like, go on Tinder and set your profile to “Women, ages 35 – 45”. #ThotsScaredStraight
— Black Label Logic (@Blacklabellogic) December 5, 2018
Our generation is becoming so busy trying to prove that a woman can do what men can do that they’re losing their uniqueness.
Women weren’t created to do everything a man can do.
Women were created to do everything a man can’t do.
— MyPlayboysBunny (@MyPlayboysBunny) June 18, 2019
Advice For Women – How To Land a Great Guy:
1/ Maximise your looks
2/ Be sweet
3/ Don’t be annoying
These 3 alone will put you in the top 5% immediately.
— ZUBY: (@ZubyMusic) April 12, 2019
The big lie: Women love men unconditionally.
What would happen if you:
• Lost your job?
• Gained 40 pounds?
• Got ED?
• No longer provided that “spark?”
The big lie is that unconditional love often comes with many conditions
Rules and restrictions may apply.
— Path To Manliness (@PathToManliness) December 17, 2019
When men say they prefer their wives take time off for raising young children, they are essentially saying:
1) Motherhood is more important than a job
2) Nobody can do the job better than you
3) Your undivided attention is beneficial for our children
None of this is sexist.
— Rachel Bock (@RachelBock9) November 19, 2019
If you treat her like a celebrity.
She’ll treat you like a fan.
— Richard Cooper (@Rich_Cooper) July 31, 2019
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